Table of Contents

- 1 What is the exact angle between the hands of a clock at 10 30?
- 2 What is the angle subtended by minute hand in 10 minutes?
- 3 What will be the angle subtended between the hour hand?
- 4 What is the angle subtended between the hour and minute?
- 5 What is the angle made by the minute hand in 5 minutes?
- 6 What type of angle is formed between the minute hand and hour hand of a clock at 5 00 o clock?
- 7 What is the smallest angle between the hands at 10/10?
- 8 How to calculate the two angles with respect to 12 hours?

## What is the exact angle between the hands of a clock at 10 30?

135°

Answer to the earlier exercise:

Time | 1:00 | 10:30 |
---|---|---|

Angle | 30° | 135° |

**What would be the angle subtended between the hour and minute at 10?**

If the minute-hand is at 10 and hour-hand is at 2, angle between them is (4 x 30°) = 120°. But at 10 past ten, i.e., at 10 : 10, the hour-hand has moved 10 minutes towards 12. ∴ the angle between the two hands of the clock at ten past ten = 120° – 5° = 115°.

### What is the angle subtended by minute hand in 10 minutes?

10 minutes is 1/6 of an hour so the hour hand has also moved 1/6 of the distance between the 3 and the 4, which adds 5° (1/6 of 30°). The total measure of the angle, therefore, is 35°.

**What kind of angle is made by the hands of a clock at 10 o clock?**

At 10′O clock the hour hand is at 10 and the minute hand is at 12 so the angle formed will be 30*2 =60 degrees.

#### What will be the angle subtended between the hour hand?

A analog clock is divided up into 12 sectors, based on the numbers 1–12. One sector represents 30 degrees (360/12 = 30). If the hour hand is directly on the 10, and the minute hand is on the 2, that means there are 4 sectors of 30 degrees between then, thus they are 120 degrees apart (30 * 4 = 120).

**What does the angle subtended between hour hand and minute hand?**

A analog clock is divided up into 12 sectors, based on the numbers 1–12. If the hour hand is directly on the 10, and the minute hand is on the 2, that means there are 4 sectors of 30 degrees between then, thus they are 120 degrees apart (30 * 4 = 120).

## What is the angle subtended between the hour and minute?

The angle between the hour hand and minute hand is 90°.

**What would be the angle subtended between hour and minute?**

### What is the angle made by the minute hand in 5 minutes?

What Is the Clock Angle Formula?

Minutes | Angular Value |
---|---|

5 minutes | 30o |

6 minutes | 36o |

7 minutes | 42o |

8 minutes | 48o |

**What is the angle between the hour hand and minute hand of a clock at time?**

Answer: The angle between the hour hand and minute hand at 4’o clock in an analog clock is 120 degrees.

#### What type of angle is formed between the minute hand and hour hand of a clock at 5 00 o clock?

∴The angle between the minute hand and the hour hand at 5 o’clock is 150∘.

**What is the angle between the minute hand and hour hand?**

If the minute-hand is at 10 and hour-hand is at 2, angle between them is (4 x 30°) = 120°. But at 10 past ten, i.e., at 10 : 10, the hour-hand has moved 10 minutes towards 12.

## What is the smallest angle between the hands at 10/10?

At 10:10, the minute hand is on the 2, and the hour hand is 10/60 = 1/6 of the way from the 10 to the 11. Since the numbers on a clock are 360/12 = 30 degrees apart, the smallest positive angle between the hands at 10:10 is 30 (12 + 2 – 10 1/6) = 30 (3 5/6) = 30 (23/6) = 115 degrees. Have a blessed, wonderful day!

**What is the value of 120 degrees subtended by two hands?**

120 + 15 = 135 degrees subtended by the two hands. The angle subtented between an hour hand and minute hand at 10:30 will be 135 degrees (hour hand will be in between 10 and 11 at 15 degrees and minutes hand at 6. So from 6 to 10 the angle wll be 4*30=120 degrees aggregating 120+15=135 degrees )

### How to calculate the two angles with respect to 12 hours?

How to calculate the two angles with respect to 12:00? The minute hand moves 360 degrees in 60 minute (or 6 degrees in one minute) and hour hand moves 360 degrees in 12 hours (or 0.5 degrees in 1 minute). In h hours and m minutes, the minute hand would move (h*60 + m)*6 and hour hand would move (h*60 + m)*0.5.